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High School Student Transition 2021

As we start to transition into three comprehensive high schools in fall of 2021, please find student transition plans, 2021 school boundaries and frequently asked questions. Check back for updates. Should you have any questions, email boundaries@cvsd.org.

Where will my student go? 

Check our Online School Locator with your current address.
CVSD School Boundary Map - Fall 2021 (pdf)


High School 2021 Student Transition Plan:

This plan was adopted by the School Board March of 2017.

Seniors (Class of 2022)
  • All seniors remain at their original high school
Juniors (Class of 2023)
  • May opt back to their original high school
Sophomores (Class of 2024)
  • May opt back to original high school if they competed in varsity sports as a freshman the previous year
  • May opt back to original high school if they have an older sibling who attends there
Freshmen (Class of 2025)
  • May opt to a non-boundaried high school if they have an older sibling who attends there
ALL Students
  • May apply to transfer to a non-boundary high school. Preference is given if the choice school is better able to meet academic needs. Decisions will be made depending upon space availability.
  • Transportation is not provided for students who opt or are approved to transfer to a different school (exception: seniors and students who opt back in 2021-2022 only).
  • Students who opt or are approved to transfer may stay at that school through graduation.

2021 CVSD High Schools:

Central Valley High School  Comprehensive High School
Ridgeline High School  Comprehensive High School
University High School  Comprehensive High School
Mica Peak High School  Non-Traditional High School
Spokane Valley Tech & STEM Academy Skills Center. Non-Traditional High School